Why diversity matters (to me)

I had an interesting conversation with our Managing Director of the European Studios at a recent get together where our Malmö team got to meet our leadership team in real life, after a long time of only seeing people’s headers and shoulders (#notsponsored).

Our fairly brief conversation covered a range of topics but one thing I distinctly remember her mentioning was how important diversity is to her. This got me thinking.

Diversity matters to me too – and I’d like to share why this is.

I don’t want to go into why I think it’s a good idea, in theory, that companies have diverse teams or have diversity in their leadership, instead I want to share a bit of my personal experience.

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Choosing what not to write automated tests for

While it’s important to make sure your test automation has good coverage, I think it’s also important to know under which circumstances you should not write automated tests.

In my opinion, when it comes to test automation, more isn’t necessarily better.

More tests don’t necessarily result in better coverage.

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